Kim Brunhuber Biography
Kim Brunhuber is a Canadian journalist, author, and documentary filmmaker. He is an anchor for CNN International and the host of the European breakfast version of CNN Newsroom at CNN International in Atlanta.
How old is Kim Brunhuber? – Age
He is of mixed Cameroonian and White South African origin and was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Where did Kim Brunhuber go to school? – Education
Sir Robert Borden High School was where he was educated. Kim got a bachelor’s and master’s degree in journalism from Carleton University.
Kim Brunhuber – Family
His parents were Cameroonian and South African immigrants. There’s nothing further known about his family.
He has kept his marital status a secret. He doesn’t appear to be married or dating anyone.
He currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.
What is Brunhuber Salary?
His salary is estimated to range between $24,292 and $72,507 per year.
Brunhuber Net Worth
His net worth is predicted to be $1 million.
Kim Brunhuber CNN Career
Brunhuber came to the CBC from CNN International, where he was a senior correspondent and chief of the Los Angeles bureau. In that job, he covered big domestic and international news topics for the CBC’s television, radio, and digital platforms, including the 2018 and 2016 Olympics, the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, and Nelson Mandela’s death. He covered a number of mass shootings across the country, including those in Las Vegas, Nevada, San Bernardino, California, and Thousand Oaks, California. In 2018, he won a National Press Club Award in the breaking news-broadcast category of the journalism competition for his coverage of the Southern California fires in 2017.
During his 13 years with CBC News, Brunhuber served as a correspondent and anchor.
Before transferring to the network’s Los Angeles headquarters in 2015, the Canadian was located in Toronto and hosted a range of CBC shows, including The National and the CBC News Network’s Saturday broadcast. He started his career at CTV in Ottawa and Halifax in 1997, where he anchored, created, and reported on many breaking news stories, including the Swissair Flight 111 accident.
Brunhuber was a senior trainer for Journalists for Human Rights, a media production agency, in Sierra Leone between his stints at CTV and the CBC. While there, he collaborated with local journalists on human rights concerns such as child labor in the mining industry, female genital mutilation, and the country’s general election.
For the following five years, he worked as a freelance reporter and producer, filing news reports, live commentaries, and mini-documentaries from nations such as Pakistan, Mali, Ghana, and Afghanistan.
Kim Brunhuber Book (Kameleon Man)
He’s also a published novelist, with his debut romantic novel, Kameleon Man, first appearing in 2003. It’s an informative and moving look at the difficulties of race, gender, and sexuality in the twenty-first century.